One of Peter Tosh's daughters is facing legal action from the late reggae great's cousin in an ongoing fight over royalties.
The musician's family has been at war over funds from his estate since 2014, when two of Tosh's girls, Aldrina and Niambi MCIntosh, became embroiled in a court battle over $2 million (£1.4 million) in royalty payments, which Niambi was accused of withholding from her siblings.
Now Niambi, who took control of her father's estate in 2009, has been slapped with a civil lawsuit from Tosh's New York-based cousin Pauline Morris, who claims she is owed around $300,000 (£210,830) in yearly fees. The plaintiff cites a 1994 agreement with estate executors, which grants Morris half of Tosh's royalties, reports the New York Post.
Morris, 57, is also accusing 34-year-old Niambi of cutting her out of potentially lucrative negotiations to take an interest in Tuff Gong Records, the company co-founded by late artists Bob Marley and Bunny Wailer.
Niambi has yet to comment on the lawsuit.
Tosh was murdered in Jamaica in 1987.